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Tales of the Titans #3 (of 4)

72
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 6 critic ratings.

The Titans have stepped up to become the DCU’s premier superhero team, and all eyes are on them! But Donna’s always seen the world through the lens of her camera, and when she hears rumors of an insidious new leader on the rise in Markovia, she’ll stop at nothing to use her powers and her photography to bring the truth to light!

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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
40 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CH1N7JJ1

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6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    AIPT

    Steve Orlando is no stranger to the world of Wonder Woman, as he wrote her main series during the Rebirth era. Seeing his work on Donna Troy is a stark reminder of how skillful he is at writing. Several important strings from Donna’s past experiences, relationships, and overall development are pulled on to create a story that successfully describes her importance. In many ways, this feels like a love letter to the character that encapsulates all her qualities and shows how truly special of a character Donna Troy is. A great example of this is the 29th page of the story, which should make many readers very glad about the direction the story ended up going. Overall, Tales of the Titans #3 is a very enjoyable issue that is both satisfying to read and beautiful to look at.

  • 90

    Dark Knight News

    Tales of the Titans #3 was great, so I hope that we get more of the same in the next issue and in the ongoing Titans series, which is also happily reviewed by yours truly.

  • 85

    Geek Dad

    I don’t think this story was quite as tightly focused on Donna’s character growth as the Starfire issue, it was just a compelling, straight-forward adventure that shows us how Donna views the world and how she fights evil. And that is something the character definitely needed after so long.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    Donna Troy is the next hero to take center stage in this Tales of the Titans anthology, giving fans a glimpse into the life of the Amazonian warrior. Here, Steve Orlando turns out a script that ends up a pulpy delight, giving fans a refreshing take on what you might see from Indiana Jones or Captain America. The writer balances heroism with real-world change and the end result is an admirable story about anyone can be a superhero, powers or not.

  • 80

    Comic Book Revolution

    Steve Orlando, Kath Lobo, and Bob Quinn work together to deliver a strong Donna Troy story in Tales of the Titans #3. Everything emphasized how Donna can stand on her own just as well as she does as a lead in the main Titans series. The ending is hopefully something we see followed up with in some way in the Titans series, possibly as a long-term sub-plot with a big character payoff for Donna.

  • 80

    COMICON

    It’s Donna Troy’s time in the spotlight as ‘Tales Of The Titans’ #3 sends the Amazonian hero on a personal mission to do what’s right, even if others object to her actions. Plenty of flashy superhero goodness surrounds a serious issue, brought to life by vibrant fun deep artwork.

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